Plant Disease Epidemiology (PP 7002)
Plant Disease Epidemiology (PP 7002)

Plant Disease Epidemiology is a graduate course taught at The Ohio State University (PP 7002) and offered to our collaborating institutions, in some years including Cornell University, Colorado State University, Pennsylvania State University and Norway.



Instructor: Larry V. Madden, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor in Plant Protection
and
Acting Chair of the Dept. of Plant Pathology
Ohio State University / OARDC
Department of Plant Pathology
1680 Madison Ave.
Wooster, Ohio 44691
Phone: 330-263-3839
Email: madden.1@osu.edu (Click)




Epidemiology can be considered, quite simply, the study of epidemics.  There are several possible definitions of an epidemic.  We define an epidemic as the change in disease intensity in a host population over time and space.  This course concerns itself with (1) the study of the nature of plant disease epidemics, and (2) the use of mathematical methods to better understand and predict epidemics over time and space.



Teaching Assistant : Karasi Mills (Email)

Important Information


2017 Workshop:
Meta-Analysis for Combining Results from Multiple Studies in Plant Pathology Workshop
at the
APS Annual Meeting
on August 5th
from 10am - 5pm




 This Course
Has Concluded.
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Spring Semester 2018